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Following its sold out smash hit debut tour, 'Seven Drunken Nights – The Story of The Dubliners' will grace the Dean Crowe Theatre stage on Friday, February 22.
WILD HAIR, wilder beards; songs about sex, drink, and politics; and a much needed injection of a rebellious, anarchic spirit into Irish folk music of the 1960s - The Dubliners truly were trailblazers.
IRISH TRAD band Legacy have "deep insight into the social and musical tastes of Ireland's ballad lovers" and their choice of material is “both thoughtful and entertaining”.
Hoppy Bar Stars will open The Snug Bar's first full new year week, when they perform at 10pm on Friday, January 8. Hoppy Bar Stars are a well-known band who are really popular around the Athlone area - just the band to get you back into the habit of going out again after the excesses of Christmas!
An excited Eleanor Shanley is looking forward to playing at The Town Hall Theatre Westport tonight, November 20, with doors opening at 7.30pm. “I’m looking forward to Westport big time! The Mayo audiences are super and playing in the new Town Hall is all part of the excitement,” said Eleanor in the build up to the show.
FOLK BALLADEERS The Kilkennys will perform a live set at OMG Zhivago, Shop Street, on Friday May 15 at 12 noon.
On Thursday renowned local musicians Jock and Dave are in The Snug from 9.30pm to play a wide range of songs to suit all musical tastes from the old classics to the current chart toppers.
This Thursday night February 19 is retro night at The Snug Bar, with The Retronauts providing a blast from the past with a modern twist! This Dublin band perform a quirky mix of funk, disco, rock and reggae hits from the 60s, 70s, 80s, and today, and they are influenced by artists as diverse as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Fleetwood Mac, Aretha Franklin to Chic, Prince, and Diana Ross.
Phil Coulter embarks on a nationwide tour this October and November, followed by three Christmas shows in December, to celebrate the release of Echoes of Home his first solo piano album in 25 years.
On January 30, 1984 it is said that the whole of Dublin grieved the early death of Dubliner legend Luke Kelly, whose music is widely regarded as one of Ireland’s cultural treasures.